Transportation

MEA DC Fast Chargers in Action​

Establishing an adequate charging infrastructure is necessary to address one of the prime concerns believed to influence consumer purchase and use of electric vehicles (EVs), “range anxiety.” Range anxiety describes a condition in which the consumer is hesitant to buy an EV due to concerns about being stranded without access to charging infrastructure or being unable to complete a trip given the battery capacity of the vehicle. Moreover, MEA has supported the build out of DC Fast Charging stations (which provide much faster charging than Level 1 or Level 2 charging stations) for several years across multiple funding programs. Many of these charging stations are completed and in operation, with more on the way. Below you can learn more about how these charging stations are being used via quarterly operations reports submitted by the entities that received grant funding.

Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Program (EVIP)

ChargePoint

2018 Q2 Charge Point.xlsx2018 Q2 Charge Point.xlsx

2018 Q3 Charge Point.xlsx2018 Q3 Charge Point.xlsx

EVgo

2018 Q2 EVgo.xlsx2018 Q2 EVgo.xlsx

2018 Q3 EVGo.xlsx2018 Q3 EVGo.xlsx

Royal Farms

2018 Q2 Royal Farms.xlsx2018 Q2 Royal Farms.xlsx

2018 Q3 Royal Farms.xlsx2018 Q3 Royal Farms.xlsx

Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Program (AFIP)

FY16 Funding Round

EVI

2018 Q2 EVI FY 16.xlsx2018 Q2 EVI FY 16.xlsx

2018 Q3 EVI FY 16 .xlsx2018 Q3 EVI FY 16 .xlsx

FY17 Funding Round

Charge Point

            2018 Q3 Charge Point.xlsx2018 Q3 Charge Point.xlsx

EVgo

             2018 Q3 EVI FY 17.xlsx2018 Q3 EVI FY 17.xlsx

EVI

2018 Q2 EVI FY 17.xlsx2018 Q2 EVI FY 17.xlsx

2018 Q3 EVI FY 17.xlsx2018 Q3 EVI FY 17.xlsx


FY18 Funding Round

EVI

           2018 Q3 EVI FY 18.xlsx2018 Q3 EVI FY 18.xlsx